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The mint julep might be synonymous with southern traditions, but this refreshing drink has unique and storied origins that pre-dates The Kentucky Derby. Learn how the julep traveled through Persia and The Mediterranean, adapting to cultural traditions to eventually land in the southern states, becoming a drink closely tied to spring time soirees. Learn how the classic bourbon based julep is made while tasting your way through several variations that will trace the juleps past to its mint topped present. Hosted by Drinks Historian Elizabeth Pearce.
$30 per person.
All guests must be 21 to participate. Approximately 60 minutes. All events will include socially-distanced seating and use of personal protection equipment such as face coverings is required throughout the event.
Standing proudly in a historic building at the corner of Canal and Magazine, steps away from the original 1850s Sazerac Coffeehouse, The Sazerac House is an immersive exploration of the spirited culture of New...